Terminations aren’t usually anyone’s favorite part of their job, but sometimes they’re unavoidable. If you’re in the position of needing to terminate someone, you want to make sure to do it right. While it may never be easy, following a few simple steps can help minimize the impact on the terminated employee and your organization […]
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Here’s a great question that was posed to the HR experts from Compli’s HR Support Center: We want to terminate an employee who doesn’t fit with our culture. Can we do this? Do you foresee any issues? First Things First… First things first, check your policies and any correspondence (like an offer letter) that have […]
The HR Pros from the HR Support Center dropped by today to answer a Quick Q&A. Here’s their Answer: An introductory period is a period of time put in place for an employer and a new employee to evaluate each other and determine if the employment relationship is a good fit. How to Use the […]
Quick Q&A: Why Bother with a Performance Improvement Plan? Can’t We Just Terminate for Poor Performance?
Here’s an important question posed to our experts in the HR Support Center: What is the purpose of a performance improvement plan? Can’t we just terminate employment for poor performance? Their answer… The use of a performance improvement plan (PIP) can help reduce the risk inherent in any termination. A PIP is used to help […]
When asked which type of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) complaint is the most common, many assume that disgruntled employees file race, gender, or disability EEOC charges with the most frequency. However, the most common EEOC charged filed in the last few years has been the charge of retaliation. Charges for allegations of workplace retaliation […]
The HR Pros from the HR Support Center dropped by today to answer a Quick Q&A. Their Answer: First things first, talk to them about why they don’t want to sign the handbook. There may be an easily resolved misunderstanding about what her signature on this document means. If that conversation doesn’t solve the problem, […]
The exit interview is a conversation with a departing employee about their time at the company and the reason for their departure. It’s completely optional, but some employers conduct them to learn about workplace issues they may want to address. Exit interviews can shine a light on toxic management practices, hostile work environments, departmental conflict, […]
“You’re fired.” Language is hardly ever as direct and concise as that two-word sentence. It’s a powerful one, isn’t it? Might even make for a good catchphrase. But “you’re fired” is rarely the right first response to an employee who has engaged in misconduct. A tendency to terminate any and every employee accused of wrongdoing […]
With the holidays upon us so too are the holiday parties. You want to show your employees a good time but how do you make sure the company (management and employees) stay safe a behave appropriately? We spoke to our friends at the HR Support Center and asked them if serving alcohol at the holiday party […]
Want to know how to keep your dealership compliant without losing employees? You’ve come to the right place. That colossal question was the theme of one of our recent webinars, in which we explored how a dealership can create a culture of compliance without sending staff running off to pastures with less paperwork.